Grains – A combination of fiber.

A grain is a small, hard, dry seed, with or without an attached hull or fruit layer, harvested for human or animal consumption. They are the most important staple food. It is the harvested seed of grasses such as wheat, millet, rice, and corn. They are rich in minerals, vitamins, proteins, antioxidant and fibre. Grains are also used in animal feed and bird feed. It is rich in starch, sugar and low in fat and protein. It is a very good source of both soluble and insoluble fiber and selenium and also a good source of phosphorus, copper, and manganese.

Here is the list of different grains:

Milky/ Creamy White Sorghum, Yellow/ CH 5 Sorghum, Sorghum, Red Sorghum, Snow White Sorghum, Grey Millet/Bajra, Green Millet/Bajra, Yellow Millet/ Bajra, Red Bajra Millet/ Bajra, Finger Millet, Yellow Maize/Corn, White Maize/Corn, Maize Corn/ Broken, Maize Corn / Flour, Maize Corn/ Starch, Whole Wheat Flour/Chakki Atta, Wheat flour/Maida, Lokwan Wheat, Milling Wheat and Sharbati Wheat.